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9/32" (1/4") x 15 ft Type SOLK Single Leg Grade 80 Chain Sling - 3500 lbs WLLImage shown may be a stock photo and is for reference only.

9/32" (1/4") x 15 ft Type SOLK Single Leg Grade 80 Chain Sling - 3500 lbs WLL

Item #:SOLK93215-80
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  • Product Description
  • Specifications
  • Safety Notice
  • 9/32" (1/4") x 15 ft Type SOLK Single Leg Grade 80 Chain Sling - 3500 lbs WLL

    • Made from Grade 80 / 100 chain and fittings, new and certified
    • Single leg design features an oblong master link on one end with a sliding choker hook on the other
    • Choker hook easily connects to coupler at end of chain
    • Ideal for choking awkward, heavy loads, such as rebar
    • Comes furnished with a metal load tag that indicates chain size, length, Working Load Limit and serial number
  • Model
    Chain Diameter
    9/32" (1/4")
    Single Leg SOLK
    Grade 80 Alloy Steel
    Length (ft)
    Choker WLL (lbs)
    Safety Factor
    Approx. Weight (lbs)
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